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exploration and even possible settlements on the moon easier. >>> katie couric has a preview of what's coming up tonight on the cbs evening news. >>> after an accident left her blind, she learned how to row without her sight. now she's teaching others about her sport and about life. an incredible story about the american spirit tonight on the cbs evening news. >>> thanks, katie. here's a lock at tonight's closing -- >>> many in ocean city are easing the damage tonight following tropical storm ida. these are photos from people living there. heavy rain and a storm surge caused this flooding on st. louis avenue. despite some beach erosion, there was no major property damage or a traffic accident to to report from ocean city. bob will update the five-day forecast. but first, meteorologist tim williams is in the outback with a more detailed look at what we can expect tomorrow. tim? >> i tell you, the winds are really kicking up out here. and it will be this way pretty much through tomorrow. we have an overnight low in the mid-40s. we'll get up into the midday of right around 56. and then we'll top
square hospital bought and donated 12 the katie transmission devices. if they allow paramedics to transmitte and the cagey in a matter of seconds. you can get the information through a cell phone. doctors use to have to wait for the information. >> if this morning the case we had, i was a mayor of it immediately. the paramedics did the electrocardiogram and had it on my telephone in route to a hospital. >> emergency medical personnel will be able to transmit heart attack patients there, st. joseph's, and upper chesapeake. >> according to new research, 100,000 cancer deaths are directly linked to being overweight or obese. experts found more than 30,000 breast cancers and nearly half of the endometrial cancers are caused by excess fat. kidney, pancreatic, and colon cancer are also linked to excessive weight. it triggers a series of formal changes. obese women have more estrogen in their system, which is known to cause breast cancer. a separate survey found 51% of american's new obesity could cause cancer. that is far below what researchers hope. >> 38 degrees on tv hill. the rav
admits the katie couric interview went wrong but blames mccain aides for setting it up and not better controlling it. when her campaign appearances were scaled back she was keenly aware of the public afres tration. a free sarah was underway and the press was growing critical of the mccain decision to keep me, my family and friends back home and governor's staff all bottled up. in rehearsals for the debate against joe biden she was coached to give non-answers and that senior campaign officials doubting her knowledge ability complained that she was not seriously doing her homework and might be suffering from postpartum depression after the birth of her son trying, who has her son trig, who has downed syndrome. palin's claim in the book that she was charged $50,000 for her background checks and he vetting is wrong, and that she reserved no legal bills from the campaign. as for her future, she is steering clear of politics and policy. most of it is before the presidential campaign. the chapter called the way forward discusses popular conservatism but it is only 13 out of 40o to many who h
:00. >>> katie couric has a preview of what's coming up tonight on the cbs evening news. katie? >> after an accident left her blind, she learned how to row without her sight. now she's teaching others about her sport and about life. an incredible story of the american spirit tonight only on the cbs evening news. >>> new evidence links a man arrested in the murder of a yale grad student to that crime. what police is found. -- have found. >>> i'm alex demetrick, coming up, four people at a bus stop, narrowly escape an out-of- control suv. that story as eyewitness news continues. >>> frantic rescue efforts. the parents of a boy believed to be inside a wandering balloon are in court. the charges they could face. eyewitness news at 4:00 continues with denise >>> it is 4:29. 55 degrees and overcast in maryland. hello. thanks for staying with eyewitness news. >> beaching up and down the east coast are getting slammed by a stubborn coastal storm. here's an aerial view of serious damage to a home in virginia beach. you can see the waves are still breaking, high onto waters there. a flood watch re
the 6:00 a.m. hour to see if your favorite wins. >>> and don't miss the cbs evening news with katie couric. here's one of the stories they're working on. >>> i'm harold dow. coming up on the cbs evening news with katie couric. the story of jody weird. one of the jena six. his life may have been changed forever. >>> and still to come tonight on wjz's eyewitness news. daring rescues as floods sweep flew britain. the chaos caused by record- breaking rainfall. >>> everything is not as it appears. in a shipment shipment christmas ornaments, what was really lurking in these holiday boxes. >>> bob turk. sunshine to start the weekend. i'll have the exclusive five- day forecast. >>> first, here's today's report from wall street. we'll be right back. boss: ah! thank goodness you're back. gecko: what's going on, sir? boss: we're slammed. tons of people interested in all the money they could be saving by switching to geico... gecko: yeah, 'course. boss: boy, did we miss you last week. that temp wasn't working out at all. exec: took me all morning but i got those quarterly figures for ... you.
? >> that part of north carolina, they're lucky. >> let's hope we have more. >>> katie couric has a preview of what's coming up tonight on the cbs evening news. >> at least 12 are dead and 31 wounded at a shooting in fort hood, in killeen, texas. what really happened? we'll be live on the scene. that story and much more tonight, only on the cbs evening news. >>> and here's a look at tonight's closing numbers from wall street. we'll be right back. >>> let's get a final check on the forecast. >> tomorrow is going to be a pretty nice day. just a little chilly. 36 degrees, starting in the morning. that's pretty much our overnight low tonight. but the sun stays with us. comes out really brightly. up to a daytime high of about 54 degrees. we get to that high pretty early in the afternoon now. then we'll start to dip down into the 30s tomorrow night. for the next five days, we'll send it back to bob. >>> lots of freezing conditions, friday night, saturday morning. but the warmup. 57 with sunshine. 65, quantum leap. monday, 67. 66, a few clouds late tuesday. we're talking about a beautiful five-day
more about selling books or about her political future ambitions? here to make their case, katie halpert, founder of a laughing political group with the huffington post and sabrina shafer. sabrina, we'll start with you. there are reports out of noblesville, indiana, that apparently the event was not set up very well. sarah palin for whatever reason could not sign all the books. the crowd got angry and started yelling "quitter." i mean, obviously, it is not sarah palin's fault, but she is not -- this is becoming its own sort of phenomenon, right? >> right. the fact that she left the governorship early and chose to pursue the new path, but i think what is really important is she made a great decision when she stepped down as governor. i think the thing is she has an opportunity now to refashion her entire political personna in the public eye and she's doing a phenomenal job with the attention of all the media for all the last week, the last 24 hours, all we are talking about is sarah palin, her new image and her book which is the key to her success. she is no longer the pawn of the
to make somebody very, very happy. or very, very cross. waiting upstairs, katie masters. 110 today. we first met her after her 109th birthday. she was so sick of getting the same card from the queen every year, she wrote to buckingham palace to complain. what didn't you like about them? >> her dress. yellow. the same. every year. >> reporter: you got a bit fed up with it? >> yeah. >> reporter: the palace took her complaints so seriously, prince william was sent round to her care home to apologize. and he promised he'd make sure that next time, she'd get a different card. which brings us to today. here is the moment of truth. >> looks like it. >> reporter: happy 110th birthday. >> thank you. >> reporter: from her majesty. >> can i open it? >> reporter: it's yours. looking on, those identical queens in the dreaded yellow dress. >> oh, look. look. it's blue. >> reporter: it's blue. >> it's lovely. oh, yes. that will do. that will do. >> reporter: you prefer that one? >> yes. >> reporter: for katie, it's the present she wanted most of all. the question now -- what color would you like next
it anymore. >> katie went head-to-head with senator arlen specter on september 11th. >> i don't believe it's about healthcare or left or right, this is about the systematic dismantling of our country. i have only 36 years old and i have never been interested in politics. you have awakened a sleeping giant. we are tired of this. >> katie went on the record. what has been the reaction inin, the community? was it favorable or unfavorable. >> completely favorable. i would say there's probably one or two percent of the mail and e-mail phone calls i have received that are opposite. >> in terms of the e-mails or mail you receive,e theived unfavorable, how pointed is it? is it just we don't like what you did or is it much moreútút aggressive in terms of critical of you? >> i would say it's very much along the lines of rules for radicals where they try toit disarm you and call you names. i've been called on idiot,s dumb,, a poster child for the uneducated. you know what? i have read the constitution, i have read about our founders. an the power does not lie with the federal government. it lies wi
katie couric what she reads and now she has a book to sell. the big palin palooza is coming account republicans ride this tiger and avoid getting bit. hi, i'm chris matthews. welcome to the show. katty kay, eugene robinson, peggy noonan and michael duffy, first up, the president left the country for a weekend that precious time comes with four 1/2 weeks before the holidays. that includes thanksgiving and all of the prechristmas parties here in washington. the president hopes to snuff out criticism that he is stuck on the tasks he gave himself. first afghanistan. it has dominated since the end of september. through this past wednesday, president obama has held nine major meetings on the matter. while he has tossed and turned over the war, at least that decision is up to him alone. not so health care. democrats are caught in the great civil war on how to end that battle. nancy pelosi found a three-vote margin to pass the bill out of the house. there is no clear way to the 60 votes they need in the senate. all these months and no clear path to obama's prime goal for the year. mike, tha
. >> let's talk about the interview with katie couric. >> must we? ok. >> you talk about it in the book. you do say that it was not your best interview. was that a seminal, defining moment for you? >> i did not think so. neither did the campaign. that is why segment two, three, four, maybe five were scheduled. the campaign said, right on. good. this is what america needs to see. it was a good interview. i was thinking, if you thought that was good, i do not know what a bad interview is. i knew it was not a good interview. >> what she did when she came out during the republican national convention, such pressure, prime time, she delivered a speech, she hit it out of the park. she has these unfortunate interviews. they had the long knives out for. she's a pretty woman, but she is not a liberal. they want to demonize and dismiss her because she is a threat. she walks the walk. she is pro-life. she had a down's syndrome baby. she could have had an abortion. she scared the hell out of them. >> could she be president? sure. i would never vote for her. i feel for her in the sense that i think
balloon. >>> in her soon to be released book sarah palin describes katie couric as badgering and bias. on the oprah winfrey show she recalls the interview which many thought was disasterous to her campaign. >> the campaign said right on good you are showing your independence and this is what america needs to see. and it was a good interview and, of course, i am thinking if you thought that was a good interview i don't know what a bad interview was because i knew it wasn't a good interview. >> in her memoir she details had you she was kept away from reporters and prevented from speaking on election night. going rogue will hit bookstores on tuesday with a first printing 1.5 million col copies. the release state was scheduled for next spring. >>> heading to tow towson university leave cigarettes at home. the school extanned the ban by outlawing smoking anywhere on campus any time. derrick valcourt explains the change and why it was made. >> reporter: that's a big change from the current policy that allows smoking outside if it's at least 30 feet away from the doors of any building. but n
conservatives have hijacked the message. >> is that true? that people like katie couric is hurting the republican party? >> and nbc has a bias. >> campbell brown continues hammering the white house over hypocrisy regarding fox news. >> a shot was fired at my house, where i levy. >> and cnn commentator lou dobbs says he is in danger because of his opinions. >> they fired a shot at my house while high wife was standing next to a car. >> bill: factor begins right now. >> bill: i'm bill o'reilly. sarah palin entering the national arena. a new poll says 71% of americans do not believe sarah palin. do not believe sarah palin is qualified to be president. just 29% say she is qualified. even among republicans, 47% say the governor shouldn't be president. >> there is growing concern among gop leaders that controversial comment timers and far right conservatives have hijacked the message. rush limbaugh have appealed but in an age where 347% call themselves independent you can't just run with the case. >> there is no question that sarah palin a star. to promote the book she is beginning on op
not liking god's plan. >> she did not like it when she went on katie couric. bill: that was a free will decision made by her in a campaign. let me give you something i took away from the book. she accepted the fact that she was born -- that her baby had down syndrome. she could have aborted the baby but she did not because of god's will. i admire that. >> she talked about considering abortion and she said i could have gone off and had an abortion and nobody would have known. everybody said isn't that great. suppose she said that two years later and said i have this down syndrome baby. i can't handle it. i can throw him off a cliff and nobody would know. bill: i think you summed it up well in the beginning. everybody's faith is personal. i don't question people's faith. i did not question sarah palin's in her book. thank you very much. attorney general grilled in the senate over the al qaeda trials. body language, take the first look at my interview with sarah palin that will begin bill: all the polls rejecting americans policy of trying khalid sheikh mohammad and four other al qaed
, the new episode of csi miami followed by eyewitness news 11:00 here on wjz. >>> katie couric has a preview of what is coming up tonight on the evening news. >> reporter: concerned about health care reform and the key issues of cost and what it means for you? we'll have a reality check tonight >>> the latest on the shocking things they say to judges. >>> a child murders a child. the disturbing confession from a young killer and the motive. >> when players take hard hits to the head. we continue boss: ah! thank goodness you're back. gecko: what's going on, sir? boss: we're slammed. tons of people interested in all the money they could be saving by switching to geico... gecko: yeah, 'course. boss: boy, did we miss you last week. that temp wasn't working out at all. exec: took me all morning but i got those quarterly figures for ... you. (hissing noise, gulping) gecko: aw, he ate all my mints. anncr: geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >>> this is wjz tv, baltimore. >> from the city, to the counties, to your neighborhood, now
would they get so close? she posted pictures with katie couric, we saw her with robin roberts from "good morning america." and she snapped a photo with the white house marines as well. and check this one out. rahm emanuel, there they are with rahm emanuel, the white house chief of staff, except instead of rahm they posted his name as ron. it's mind boggling to think that this couple could get through security when they weren't on the guest list for the state p dinner. >> what is the secret service saying? >> they're issuing a statement saying the uninvited couple did go through security just like the rest of the invited guests. the statement from secret service goes on to say there will be a "comprehensive review of the incident which occurred at the white house state dinner last night and initial findings identified as secret service check point which did not follow proper procedure." so as i said, this couple was not on the invited guest list but they got to party like they were. and they have the pictures to prove it, tom. >> it would be funny, i suppose, if it just weren't such a s
-life stories of the talented people behind it. this morning katie couric weaves their different tales together. >> couric: want the formula for a movie that's getting big buzz? take a taboo subject, put a hollywood outsider in the director's chair. >> it was too close to where i'm from. people rarely embrace me. >> reporter: and give a plus- sized inexperienced actress the lead. in the span of three days you went from college student to movie star. >> yes. it's just that easy. >> couric: the unlikely journey of precious later on sunday morning. >> mason: the bee gees are a band of brothers who have gone through plenty of ups and downs in a musical career spanning a full half century. now after a long and sad hiatus, the two surviving brothers are returning to the studio. they're one of the world's most popular groups but the bee gees have been silent since brother morris's death seven years ago. now barry and robin gibb are rehearsing again. does it come back easily? >> yeah, the more you do it, the stronger it gets. >> reporter: later the comeback of the bee gees. >> mason: there's one compet
hearted, fun. >> reporter: some of the toughest words concern the interview with katie couric. she writes that nicolle wallace, who had worked for cbs news as a republican consultant, before joining the mccain campaign convinced her to do the interview, assuring her it would be favorable. >> i'm just going to ask you one who are time not to belabor the point, specific examples in his 26 years of pushing for more regulation. >> i'll try to find you some and i'll bring them to you. >> reporter: in and on the record enter swru cbs news wallace says none of the conversations palin quotes in her book ever took place. >> thank you so much. >> reporter: no debate about the book. >> i will not seek re-election as governor. >> reporter: or about pay lip's sudden resignation as alaska's governor will have much impact among her admirers who are many and ardent. >> have you thought about run pog president of the united states in 2012? have you just thought about it? >> it's not on my radar screen right now. >> reporter: well, if 2012 does hit her radar screen, she mass some
with oprah winfrey about her trouble with the press. >> let's talk about the interview with katie couric. >> must we? [ laughter ] >> ok. >> you talk about it in the book, so i assume everything in the book is fair game. >> it is. >> you do say it wasn't your best interview. do you think that was a seminole defining moment for you, that interview? >> did not. neither did the campaign. in fact that is why segment two and three and four and maybe five were scheduled. the campaign said right on, good, you are showing your independence. this is what america needs to see and it was a good interview. i'm thinking if you thought that was a good interview. i don't know what a bad interview was because i knew it wasn't a good interview. bill: by the way, one week from tonight, sarah palin will make her first appearance on the factor. it will be big. check two in a bizarre interview last night. the overexposed carrie prejean met with a rather befuddled larry king who repeated her about a now settled lawsuit. >> so what you are saying is in mediation it was discussed why you were mediating? >> larr
her difficult interview last year with katie couric of cbs. >> it was a seminole defining moment for you? audi not and neither did the campaign that. is why segment for or thee and four and maybe five were scheduled. the campaign said right on, good, you're showing your independence. this is what america needs to see. it is was a good interview. i thought if you thought that was a good interview, i don't know what a bad interview was. i knew it it wasn't a good interview. >> could hillary clinton be kicked out as the secretary of state? and there is a chance that the newest member of the house could be kicked out of congress. (announcer) we understand. you need to save money. bret: and now fresh pickings from the political grapevine. more than a week after the voting, there are still questions about who really won in the special election for new york he's 23rd congressional district. conservative candidate doug hoffman conceded to democrat bill owens late on election night after receiving what turned out to be inaccurate vote counts. owens was sworn in to the house of representat
minutes oig, katie couric read your quote regarding andre agassi's drug use to andre. this is what you said. shocking, not as much shock that he did it as shock that he lied about it and didn't own up to it. he's up there with roger clemens as far as i'm concerned. and i want you to hear andre's reaction after hearing that quote. >> when somebody takes a performance inhibitor, a recreation al drug -- >> versus a performance enhancing drug. p. >> -- the one thing that i would hope is not that there aren't rules that need to be followed, but along with that would come some compassion that maybe this person doesn't need condemnation, maybe this person could stand a little help. >> martina, andre is suggesting that you were not compassionate enough. what do you say now after hearing his response? >> well, let me just say that i am a compassionate person as i've proved it this morning when i rescued a tree frog from my sink and let it in the wild. but you're guilt i don't believe it that recreational drugs should be start of the drug testing system because they are n
: the katie couric interview where she answered questions, about -- and even with oprah had trouble answering the question about the katie couric interview and many people including yourself, said it was a fair interview. she wasn't coming after her like a pit bull in any sort of -- looking down the nose at her. >> caller: in the book, sarah palin says that she booted the interview. she's up front about it. she booted it. it wasn't one of her finest moments, and why she booted it. we'll discuss it but it looked to me in reading the book, they were overloading her on say this, say that, don't say this, don't say that and that is what happened to president bush, they'd overload him on so much stuff, he'd get in there and forget or would be thinking about it, instead of answering the questions, he'd be thinking about what he should say rather than speaking from the heart and that is how it looked to me and i spoke to katie couric friday night about that interview. and -- because i prepping, now, that what is we do... we prep! and i will not tell you what she told me, but it was interesting from
. big names from network news like brian williams, katie couric and a brain surgeon we're proud to call our own, dr. sanjay gupta. and the washington crowd included former secretary of state colin powell, new york mayor michael bloomberg and a slightly bewildered energy secretary. >> to the future that beckons all of us. >> reporter: even the toast was short and sweet. >> let our two great nations realize all the triumphs and achievements that await us. cheers. >> reporter: and on another culinary note, today the president pardons the thanksgiving turkey. john, christine. >> jill dougherty, thanks, in washington. >> looks like a lot of fun. >>> seven minutes after the hour. new this morning, is facebook headed pour an initial public offering. it's creating a two class stock structure. the aim is keeping control of the company with mark zuckerberg and other stockholders. basically what google did before it went public in 2004. but facebook says it has no plans for an incompetento, quote, at this time. >>> firefighters are battling a wildfire east of anaheim hills in orange county, califo
up on, clothes, interview with katie couric. whatever i did speak to couric the other night. we are going to have a really interesting interview with sarah palin. it came across as her setting the record straight, ellis, not pitching. >> it's her version of setting the record straight is that the mccain yacks were mean to me. >> she is complimentary to the senator. a few of them. >> it's not just them. the alaska ethics thing completely unfair. right? the job was, what, too boring? didn't pay enough? something. we still don't know what was wrong with the job of being governor. shepard: she -- bill: she needed to make money. >> she needs to move beyond this i'm the victim here. income politics is tough. bill: did i not take that from the book. i'm being honest. did i not take the victim deal from the book. go ahead mary katharine. >> i think is is set the record straight tour. ellis is right. what needs to happen now is after the tour is over and the media will cover her badly as it always does and become unfair to her. say her part and move on to other things. the thing i disagr
! what are you guys doing out here? dad was just helping me take care of katie. you know... runaway stage. well, dinner will be ready in a few minutes. imagine what a little time can do for your family. yah! [horse whinny] [wood breaks] crack! help meeeee! somebody help her! c'mon deputy, let's go! hold on! yah! take my hand! what are you guys doing out here? dad was just helping me take care of katie. you know... runaway stage. well, dinner will be ready in a few minutes. imagine what a little time can do for your family. the president's big day today in beijing after some tough questions and answers in shea hang. the historic visit to china. >>> then, military morale. afghanistan battles take their toll on american troops. >> they're still dedicated to the mission. but they're tired. >>> and, long lost. family members separated for more than half a century and how they just found each other. it's monday, november 16th. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." >> it's such an amazing story. that woman, dolly ann is her name, 55 years ago was kidnapped by her next door neighbor. a tv s
. >> right now katie couric has a preview of tonight's cbs evening news. >>> our exclusive investigation continues. even if a rape kit is sent to a crime lab, there is to guarantee it will be test there had. is this allowing rapists to trying again and again? we'll have that story tonight only on the "cbs evening news." now back to "the early show." >>> it is how 8:0 a 5. let's go back to dave this alabama with another check of the weather. >>> good mornin >>> well, we have clouds and it's pleasant. we're going for a high around 66 degrees. it will be a mild afternoon. we may see clouds and sun for a time this afternoon. the fact of the matter is, it will rain tonight and as the cold front moves our way, 46 is the overnight low and tomorrow, it will be cloudy and wet and windy and >> announcer: this weather report sponsored by play si's. this holiday, macy's celebrates a million reasons to believe. details at macy' >>> that's the latest from gulf shores, alabama. maggie, we'll send it back to you in new york. >>> up next, shocking new information about violence against wome
and victims' families are on hand for the event. >>> right now katie couric has a preview of tonight's "cbs evening news." >>> good morning. it's a disease that affects millions of older americans. but now some doctors say there's a new approach to treating dementia. we'll have that story and much more tonight only on the "cbs evening news." now back to "the early show." >>> it will be 8:04 some about nine seconds. let's go outside to dave price when has another check of the weather. david? >> good morning, russ. swhee note this is our last weathe >>> good morning. what we're talking about temperatures down into the low 50s. cloudy and it's going to be on the cool dampish feeling side. but no rain in the forecast. 61 is your normal. tonight down to an overnight low of about 40 degrees. and over the five-day, we're going to see the sun come back after the overnight. temperatures remaining on the cool side, essentially in >> announcer: this weather report sponsored by walmart. christmas costs less at walmart. save money, live better. walmart. >>> that's quick check of yous weather. a big hell
! hold on! take my hand! what are you guys doing out here? dad was just helping me take care of katie. you know... runaway stage. well, dinner will be ready in a few minutes. imagine what a little time can do for your family. >>> president obama promises to finish the fight in afghanistan. >> we are going to dismantle and degrade their capabilities. >> we'll get all the details about how he plans to do just that early next week. >>> performance fallout. ♪ >> adam lambert's american music awards appearance brings about changes in abc's plans to put him back on tv. >>> and, no corks to pop but that doesn't mean it's bad wine. >> i had some experiences with boxed wine which was not very good. coming here and tasting this wine, i was incredibly surprised. >> a chance to drink it all in on this wednesday, november 25th. >> cheers. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." >> they call them chateau cardboard. or franzia or whatever you want to call it. >> they're apparently a lot of steps up from franzia in terms of pedigree. >> i've had franzia. >> pete, have you had it yet? >> yeah. >
, katie couric, and a number of other administration officials. the fact that they were standing right next to them is shocking. the only time they appeared to finally sort of have to sneak out was right before guests were seated for dinner in the tent that was erected on the south lawn. >> fran, let me ask you one more thing about this. even if they didn't have weapons, they went through magnetometers, look, i can't walk up to the president unannounced and start talking to him and i've been in the news media for 30 years. this is still an enormous breach of security. >> oh, absolutely. and i can assure you that the chief of staff -- any white house chief of staff ought to be pretty angry about this and want to get to the bottom of it. my understanding is, from having spoken to folks at the white house, is that the secret service is looking in to exactly how the breach took place. let's remember, this is a felony. if you lie to a federal official, either to the secret service or to the social secretary, if they lied their way to get in -- and it seems they would have had to have done t
who will be along in a second. katie, how do you look at this? when you look at the cold piece that the congressman just describeded with hyde amendment explicitly banning taxpayer dollars from funding abortion, so there is not taxpayer funded abortion as the current legislation stands, and then looking at this legislation as an further opportunity, why now and why this way? >> one point i wanted to bring up, the prolifers are now in the majority. we we had three national polls that show prolife are now 51% of the american people. >> so i will stop you there. let's say that that is true, and let's say it's bigger. why make a health reform debate in this country, which is a very expensive and very inefficient system in america, having nothing to do with abortion or single payer or anything else, and we spend more than anybody else, and why choose the health reform debate as an opportunity to represent the interest of the new prolife majority as you described it to try and push it? why not have a abortion debate separate? >> well, what matters most is upholding the dignity of the
and blair underwood and katie couric, brian williams and robin roberts and cnn's own fareed zakaria and sanjay gupta, and colin powell, michael bloomberg, speaker nancy pelosi, and a cast of other big players, at least one of whom, the energy secretary, went the wrong way. in the tent on the south lawn, all seemed to go right. the prime minister was the guest of honor, but all the focus was on the commander in chief. >> it's been said that the most beautiful things in the universe are the starry heavens above us and the feeling of duty within us. mr. prime minister, today we work to fulfill our duty, to bring our countries closer together than ever before. tonight, under the stars, we celebrate the spirit that will sustain our partnership, the bonds of friendship between our people. to the future that beckons all of us. >> reporter: the guests dined on eggplant salad, roast potato dump lings, chickpeas, okra, and prawns with a pumpkin by tart for dessert. it was all served on china from the eisenhower, clinton, and george w. bush years. ♪ peace and quiet and an old >> reporter: je
, garrido had kidnapped and repeatedly raped katie hall. paroled after 11 years, he then confronted hall at work. >> i've tried to tell them that this man was extremely dangerous. i tried to tell them, because i was the only one who knew how dangerous he was. and they were pretty dismissive with me. >> reporter: hall wants those responsible for the mistakes in jaycee's case to be held publicly accountable. jaycee's lawyer is adamant as well. >> we expect that the authorities are going to take the necessary action and make sure this doesn't happen again. >> reporter: but if anyone has been disciplined for the terrible lapses that may have cost jaycee and her daughters years of freedom, officials aren't saying. for "today," chris jansing, nbc news, los angeles. >> matthew kate is the secretary of the california department of corrections and rehabilitation. good morning to you, mr. cate. >> good morning. >> looking over the results of this investigation, it is just one failure after another for your department. you yourself have called this case horrendous. so, how did this happen? >> it wa
: they work rout and talk out their issues. >> what sippy cup to use. >> reporter: katie mckay and her son owen joined the stroller's stride group two years ago. >> being a stay at home mom can be isolating. it's nice to be around peep who -- people who get your issues. >> reporter: she connected with other mommies and had more quality time with owen. >> i'm hoping overtime that, it gives him a model of being fit and being active and that we don't just hang out in our house all day. >> reporter: for some kids, and even some parents, it's no walk in park. but together they push through. >> keep those knees bent. >> reporter: as a group make strides. >> helping us to avoid injury, right. >> reporter: at the end of the hour. >> it was a good workout. >> reporter: time to shake it out and refuel. [ laughter ] >> there are several stroller stride groups throughout our region to find out the closest to you, log on to >>> and if you have an idea for a family 411 segment, send me an e-mail at >>> how can you help make the holidays happier for children in ne
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